Apple has slashed CEO Tim Cook’s pay by 40 percent following a recent shareholder vote questioning his massive compensation package.
The latest migration decree by Italy’s government represents a new low in its strategy of smearing and criminalizing nongovernmental organizations saving lives at sea.
For the past few months strikes have wrought havoc with the UK’s national infrastructure, and will likely continue to do so well into 2023. The run-up to Christmas saw postal strikes for the UK’s Royal Mail service. Throughout the second half of 2022, transport strikes were routine. There’
Russian Foreign Ministry official Zamir Kabulov said on Wednesday that Russia and India are taking steps to use their respective national currencies for trading with each other, instead of using U.S.
An outsourcing firm with Fortune 500 clients hired foreign H-1B visa workers for Information Technology (IT) jobs over qualified Americans, a Department of Justice (DOJ) settlement reveals.
The media-magnified focus on Indian workers and immigration “country caps” is hiding a massive corporate giveaway in the House’s pending EAGLE Act, now scheduled for a committee review on Monday and a House vote on Tuesday. The bill “just blows the limits [on the hiring of temporary visa-workers] out
The French government has praised itself as a green “pioneer” after it got permission from the European Union to ban domestic short-haul flights, giving preference to railway travel instead.
The commonly accepted germ theory of illness spread by viruses is just a theory.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Americans should expect to see a surge in airline ticket prices, according to a Wednesday report.
Thousands of Coloradans were unable to adjust the temperature in their homes for hours on Tuesday after Xcel Energy locked their smart thermostats due to an “energy emergency.” Temperatures reached into the 90s in some areas of Colorado on Tuesday, KMGH-TV reported. The approximately 22,000 customers who were affected
American Airlines is cutting 31,000 flights in November after slashing two percent of flights in September and October.
Colombia – under its first-ever leftist president, ex-guerrilla member Gustavo Petro – revived a longtime far-left hope of creating a unified South American currency to defy the U.S.
BERLIN (AP) – The German government plans to reduce incentive payments for buyers of electric cars and end incentives for buying plug-in hybrids at the end of this year.
The U.K.’s Guardian newspaper reported on Wednesday that a lost luggage crisis across airports worldwide had worsened in recent weeks, highlighting the case of a woman who lost a bag containing the ashes of her deceased parents while traveling from Chicago to Dublin, Ireland. “American tourist Donna O’
More than 70 cities and towns across America have implemented incentive programs aimed at drawing businesses and remote workers away from Silicon Valley and other coastal hubs, and are enjoying increased success since the pandemic, reports the Wall Street Journal. The incentives include subsidies for gym memberships and childcare, as